|Crocodiles at the Torcoles bridge on the way to Quepos|
|So adorable to see the baby.. can you see the sloth's claws?|
Eric and I aren't sure if we are getting too accustomed to the beauty around here and starting to take it for granted... it's becoming far to normal... or if it's the dominance of the tourist infrastructure that encroaches and invades the scene to desensitize us a bit. This is all still very pleasant and fairly easy travel... I think Eric and I are up for a bit more adventure (though we did have a bit of excitement when I went to the ATM and the bank stole my credit card! - just sucked it right back in that slot... I eventually got it back a few days later when the bank opened... but a note to all travelers in Costa Rica... grab your credit card fast!) but I think the boys are liking this atmosphere and they seem more comfortable with everything at the moment. All that said, most of our time here in Quepos has been mainly enjoying this very relaxed hostel. It has a pool and two little girls for the boys to play with and other travellers (mostly backpackers on longer travel journeys) for us to chat with.
We leave this morning (after putting the last touches on the blog) to head further down the coast to Drake Bay on the Osa Peninsula. It is much more low key... au natural... and we need to go by boat down a wide river (I think a 45 minute ride) to reach the small bay.